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Injured After A Fall From Heights? We Can Help.

Construction workers know that working from heights without safety equipment is dangerous. A fall from a ladder, scaffold or another elevated position can send the worker to the emergency room. If the construction worker is “lucky,” he or she may only suffer bruises or a few broken ribs. In other cases, construction workers suffer life-changing brain or spinal cord injuries when they fall from heights. Injured construction workers are entitled to claim workers’ compensation benefits and in some cases, additional compensation in a third-party or safety violation claim. You should speak with an attorney experienced in these types of cases as soon as possible.

A construction company that tells a worker to work at a height of 71/2 feet or more without safety equipment has violated an OSHA regulation.

The Law Office of Bryan R. Snyder, APC, in San Diego, vigorously represents workers in cases involving falls on construction sites. We thoroughly investigate the circumstances leading to accidents, document negligence and seek full compensation for our clients’ financial losses, lost wages and other losses.

Experienced In Cases Involving Head Injuries And Broken Bones

San Diego scaffold accident lawyer Bryan Snyder has more than 20 years of experience in serious injury cases, including those involving head injuries, spinal cord injuries and broken bones. Working with your doctor or other medical specialists, Mr. Snyder will learn about your current and future medical needs. Bryan Snyder will then seek the financial resources to pay for that care, as well as compensation for all other losses and your pain and suffering.

If you or someone you know has been injured on a construction site, call 619-752-1102 or 800-611-2581.

Discuss Your Injury Claim With An Experienced Attorney

Contact our law firm online or by telephone at 619-752-1102 to discuss a ladder, scaffold or boom lift accident case with an experienced lawyer.